10 Inspiring Women
    Category: 10 Inspiring Women
    Date: 2017-04-09 05:07:06 Read: 56565

    • Art
      Melani Witarsa Setiawan

      Melani Witarsa Setiawan is an art lover who has been collecting art and supporting young artist for four decades since 1977. Currently she has more than 900 painting, drawing and sculpture that mostly come from Indonesia. Founder of Rumah Melani that is also a museum, she help the young artist by giving them suggestion, artworks as reference, and as an expert in ultrasonography gives free treatment for artist if needed.

      Courtesy of Melani Witarsa Setiawan

    • Entrepreneur
      Shana Fatina Sukarsono

      Social Entrepreneur
      After graduating in 2009 from Bandung Institute of Technology, Shana Fatina Sukarsono,31, founded PT Tinamitra Mandiri in 2010. She is social entrepreneurship who helping the local communities to maximize the benefits from sustainable energy. She also collaborating with local communities to do several social entrepreneurship projects.

      Courtesy of Bukalapak.com


    • Science
      Sri Suci Atmoko

      Orangutan Conservationist
      Sri Suci Atmoko, 51, She is one of the world’s leading experts on orangutans, having studied them for nearly 30 years. Her scholarly research on the primates has become among the most widely cited in the world, and has helped shape orangutan conservation policies.

      Toto Santiko Budi for Forbes Indonesia


    • Business
      Sri Widowati

      Country Director, Facebook Indonesia
      Sri Widowati is one of the few women in a top-tier management level in a local tech company, She manage not only Facebook but also local operation of Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger. She is the first Indonesian who appointed in Facebook, when Indonesian President Joko Widodo returned from visiting Facebook’s offices in Silicon Valley in 2016.

      Ahmad Zamroni for Forbes Indonesia

    • Social
      Valencia Mieke Randa

      Founder, Rumah Harapan
      Valencia "Silly" mieke Randa is Founder Rumah Harapan. Her passion is to help children who need palliative care, all provided at no cost for the children and their families. Now Silly set up Rumah Harapans in Bandung, Makassar and Bali. Beside Rumah Harapan, she also founded Three Little Angle.

      Courtesy of Valencia Mieke Randa